Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Amy Jordan is an assistant economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. As a member of the Research Department’s regional group, she conducts research on regional economic issues. She writes the release for the Dallas Fed’s Texas Service Sector Outlook Survey, analyzing economic conditions in the service sector, including retail. She also collects information for the 11th District Beige Book—a summary of regional economic conditions—and works on the Quarterly Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions.
Jordan holds bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics from the University of North Dakota and an MA in economics from Cornell University.
- MA in Economics
- University of North Dakota
- BA in Economics
- BS in Mathematics
- BA in Chinese Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Research Department
- Assistant Economist, April 2014–present
- Senior Research Analyst, 2014
- Research Analyst, 2012–14
Dallas Fed Publications
- Texas Metros’ Rapid Growth Likely to Slow Following Energy Price Drop, Southwest Economy, First Quarter 2015.
- Prolonged Cold Weather in U.S. Causes Price Swings, with Mine Yücel, Quarterly Energy Update, First Quarter 2014.
- Noteworthy: Finding New Estimators of Oil and Gas Production, Southwest Economy, First Quarter 2014.
- Surging U.S. Oil Production Puts Downward Pressure on Domestic Crude Prices, with Michael Plante, Quarterly Energy Update, Fourth Quarter 2013.
- Geopolitical Uncertainty and Supply Disruptions Push Oil Prices Higher, with Mine Yücel, Quarterly Energy Update, Third Quarter 2013.
- Getting Prices Right: Addressing Mexico's History of Fuel Subsidies, with Michael Plante, Southwest Economy, Third Quarter 2013.
- Spotlight: Firms Expect Health Act to Raise Labor Costs, with Pia Orrenius, Southwest Economy, Third Quarter 2013.
- Noteworthy: Along Texas Gulf, Exports Pick Up as Oil Imports Decline, Southwest Economy, Third Quarter 2013.
- Gap Between Domestic and International Crude Prices Shrinks, with Michael Plante, Quarterly Energy Update, Second Quarter 2013.
- Noteworthy: Mexican Imports from U.S. Reach Record High, Southwest Economy, Second Quarter 2013.
- Energy Prices Rise in Response to Seasonal and Global Economic Factors, with Mine Yücel, Quarterly Energy Update, First Quarter 2013.
- Noteworthy: Eagle Ford Likely to Overtake North Dakota's Bakken, Southwest Economy, First Quarter 2013.
- 2012 in Review, with Mine Yücel, Quarterly Energy Update, Fourth Quarter 2012.
- Noteworthy: More Natural Gas, Less Coal Pace CO2 Emissions Drop, Southwest Economy, Fourth Quarter 2012.
- Prices Gain Strength, with Michael Plante, Quarterly Energy Update, Third Quarter 2012.
- “Risk Characterization, Stale Pricing and the Attributes of Hedge Funds Performance,” with Pradosh Simlai, Journal of Derivatives and Hedge Funds. 17.1 (2011): 16–33.